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VAGAL
TONE

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The Vagus Nerve, our 10th Cranial Nerve, is a vital component of our nervous system, responsible for regulating various bodily functions. It extends beyond the head and neck, connecting to all other cranial nerves. Its functions include digestion, heart rate and respiration control, muscle activity in blood vessels, reflex actions, immune function, and mental well-being. Stimulating Vagal Tone, through gentle rolling moves on specific areas particularly targeting the cranial nerves, is an essential aspect of The Kremer Method, as it promotes healing and overall health.

BOWEN
THERAPY

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Bowen therapy utilizes safe and gentle cross fibre moves to release tension in the fascia and musculoskeletal system. This technique enhances blood and lymph circulation, restoring the body's structural integrity and function. During a session, precise moves are performed over clothing or on the skin, with breaks to engage the nervous system and allow the body's response. The treatment induces deep relaxation, and recipients notice changes as they happen. Moves are applied to the whole body, sometimes combined with guided dynamic movement, for a comprehensive approach. Remarkably, 3 to 4 sessions are often sufficient for lasting changes, highlighting Bowen therapy's effectiveness in promoting overall well-being. Randomised clinci trial of Bowen Therapy on myofasical neck pain has proven its efficacy and further information on this can be found under the Blog tab above

BOWEN
LYMPHATICS

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The lymphatic system, which is often overlooked, is crucial for a healthy immune system. Symptoms of a sluggish lymphatic system include headaches, fatigue, aches and pains, constipation, food sensitivities, allergies, weight gain, swollen glands, and bloating. Additionally, the Glymphatic system, responsible for brain and Central Nervous System toxin removal, is active during sleep and potentially linked to diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

BODY BREATHING
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"Body Breathing with Just Breathe" is an effective breathing practice introduced in 2012. This reverse cycle breathing exercise focuses on lengthening and slowing the breath, resulting in improved lung efficiency, tension release, lymphatic system influence, and positive impact on vagal tone. The fascial connections of the diaphragm greatly influence movement in the body. By toning respiratory muscles and stretching the thoracic fascia, this practice enhances fluidity and provides greater power and spring in movement. "Body Breathing with Just Breathe" is quick and easy to learn, offering immediate tangible benefits such as improved posture, performance, and enhanced shoulder range of motion. Additionally, Just Breathe is utilized in lymphatic drainage treatments, highlighting its versatile application and effectiveness in promoting overall well-being.

EVANS ALIGNMENT

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Evans Alignment, an integral part of the practice, utilizes a gentle touch to address skeletal misalignment, providing relief from pain and muscle tension. In contrast to forceful adjustments, this treatment involves guiding individuals through gentle rotating and tilting movements to achieve necessary corrections. By avoiding force, a more comfortable and cooperative experience is ensured. With its gentle approach, Evans Alignment offers a safe and effective method to address skeletal misalignments, alleviate pain, and relieve muscle tension.

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